Canada: The Extreme Sports Playground for the Business Professional!
With the rising popularity of extreme sports amongst business professionals, you might want to consider a trip to Canada this year. Let Bravofly explain just why the great white North is the extreme sports playground every business professional has to visit.
Welcome to the Great White North
If you’re the business professional who lives for the danger, for the high, it is clear why extreme sports would be an essential ingredient of your annual vacation; if you want the extreme sports experience of a lifetime, you have to take a trip to the Great White North.
Canada is enormous, Canada is vast. A largely uninhabited country famed for its natural beauty, Canada is the land of imposing mountain ranges, tumultuous rivers, rocky terrain, epic snowy landscapes and stiff cliffs that go on for miles – perfect fodder for extreme sports.
British Columbia: Extreme Sports Capital of Canada
Whilst the whole country is the stuff of an extreme sports enthusiast’s dreams, Canada’s western-most province, British Columbia, stands head and shoulders above the rest of the country for the sheer scope of its extreme sports opportunities.
You’re in for the ride of your life, no matter the season you go. In the summer why not try kiteboarding over the waves at the picturesque Nitinat Lake on Vancouver Island? If that’s not your bag, why not give parasailing up into the sky a go or try your hand at mountain biking over British Columbia’s majestically hilly terrain for that classic summer thrill?
You Have to Try British Columbia Out in the Winter!
Of course British Columbia’s typically snowy climate makes it an extreme sports enthusiasts dream in winter as well. Take a ride through the province’s backcountry on a snowmobile. British Columbia is famed for its network of snowmobile areas, which take you past groomed trails, hillsides and even glaciers!
If you want something different, why not go all out and try heli-skiing; the ultimate extreme sport, but Bravofly warns you, it’s not for the faint hearted. It is off-trail, downhill skiing that you access by helicopter! British Columbia is so famous for it, the province holds 90% of the global heli-skiing market share. The province has 475 runs and 173 glaciers off the beaten track, with paths measuring over 4,500 vertical metres. It’s the ultimate thrill!
Bravofly Recommends Canada
If you’re looking to replicate the thrills you find in the corporate lifestyle, to test your limits and push your boundaries, then Canada beckons; the Great White North really is the extreme sport playground for the business professional!